Larimer Lounge Presents
Sadistik feat. Kno of Cunninglynguists
Trizz, Rafael Vigilantics, Maulskull
Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pmLarimer Lounge
$17 - $20
This event is 16 and over
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In 2008 Sadistik made his name with the provocatively fearless debut album "The Balancing Act." This record has been heralded by many critics as "hip hop's answer for winter albums" (SputnikMusic.com) for its fearlessly emotional potency because "after you are done listening to [it] you feel as though you have the world's strongest drug in your veins." Since this release, "The Balancing Act" has developed a cult-like following unapologetically complex approach and also marked the beginning of his work with Emancipator. Following the release of "The Balancing Act" was the release of the music video for the single titled "Searching for Some Beautiful" which was accepted by MTVu and well-received by fans and new listeners alike.
After the success of "The Balancing Act" was 2010's operatic opus "The Art of Dying" with Chicago-bred producer Kid Called Computer. Again displaying his relentless knack to stray from rap music's norms, Sadistik and Kid Called Computer opted to create a conceptually unique album more akin to progressive rock than what is accepted as hip-hop with "beautifully married gloomy progressions with [...] gorgeous chaos in the music" (RapReviews.com). Whether it be the grandiose live rock crescendo of "Save Yourself" or the nearly 8 minute epic tale of school violence in "Bed of Flowers," Sadistik showed that he was not aiming to meet expectations but to shatter them into as many pieces as possible with a sound that "goes inside of you and eats it's way out from the inside [...] by being beautiful and painful at the same time" (GutsandGrog.com).
Sadistik's efforts are not limited to recordings, however, as he can be found performing his intimate yet intensely energetic shows around his home of Seattle and around various cities in the United States as well as internationally. Sadistik has independently toured in nearly every region of The United States as well as nine countries in Europe including: Germany, Switzerland, Denmark, France, and Austria. Sadistik has also shared the stage with hip hop icons such as: Tech N9ne, Slaughterhouse, Bone Thugs N Harmony, Big Boi, D12, Cage, Eyedea & Abilities, The Grouch, Zion I, etc.
Currently, Sadistik is preparing his official follow up to "The Balancing Act" titled "Flowers for My Father" that will be released on Fake Four Records, as well as finishing a collaborative album with Emancipator and penning his first poetry book.
For all booking and press inquiries please contact: Sadistikpro@gmail.com.
2012 marked a new start for Trizz, when Sacramento Horrorcore legend Brotha Lynch Hung took notice to him via Twitter. Lynch went on to take Trizz under his wing, taking him out on 2 tours, the "Independent Powerhouse Tour" with Tech N9ne and the rest of Strange Music in 2013 and again in 2014 for the "Sicc of Da Industry Tour" even giving Trizz two writing credits on his album "Mannibalector" with the song "MDK" and "Bacon & Eggs (Skit)".
Trizz has 9 self-released solo projects with the latest being "The Basement" released on March 15th 2019. Trizz has worked with artists such as Brotha Lynch Hung, G Perico, Rob $tone, Rittz, Twisted Insane, Futuristic, Bizarre of D12, King ISO, Mark Battles, Ces Cru, King Gordy and more.
Going Back to 2013, Trizz linked up with another Sacramento MC Chuuwee. Together they released the albums "AmeriKKa’s Most Blunted 1 and 2", the “Two Puff Pass” EP and the “Smoke Out” EP which received positive reviews being covered by sites like Complex Magazine, HipHopDX, Mass Appeal, Stereogum and 2Dopeboyz. The two have started a collective called "Break Bread Posse".
In July of 2016, Chuuwee & Trizz announced their new podcast on Strange Music's Dash Radio station "Independent Grind" called the "Game & Smoke Gallery" and can be heard every other Thursday.
As a live performer Trizz has been keeping quite busy, appearing on the Independent Powerhouse US Tour 2017 with Tech N9ne & Brotha Lynch Hung as well as the Hearing Colours European Tour with the CunninLynguists.
Now at the age of 26, Trizz is set to take the industry by storm completely independent with an outlandish and distinctive style.
Big lyrics and stripped down beats. Sometimes reminiscent of old punk and other times carrying the weight and signs of early hiphop, Vigilantics’ vocals seem to cut through at any cost to tell you the story of how they got here.
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